Thoughts and consciousness trigger electrical impulses in our neurons and synapses, and this is verifible be science with instruments like an ekg (brain wave activity). But what I dont know is how locally contained this electrical activity is? For example does it travel in all directions from your head at the speed of light? Or is it contained to your cranium or 1 ft outside of it? This is important to me because, I was extrapolating that all living things including humans might be something like wi fi hot spots, constantly sending out electical waves (thoughts) out into the universe.
I assume we dont have the technology to create machines that can pick out and decipher these waves in the air and translate them back into there original thoughts. But that is the brains main function. It can decode these electrical impulses into what we call consciousness or understanding. Is it possible that our brain is capable of being somewhat like an antenna that can sometimes pick out random thoughts out of the air that did not orginate from it? This would explain alot of the paranormal and possibly psychosis like schisophrenia. But It would also allow for something like a collective consciousness where all thoughts and knowledge since the begining are accessible like a giant server in the sky. Does anyone with knowledge of science or physics know if this is or isnt possible? Thanks
Edited by BlackBearWolf, 08 November 2012 - 12:16 AM.